Clickwrap contracts allow acceptance to be captured in a matter of a single click.
You're familiar with those clickable terms of service agreements or privacy policies most websites require you to opt into before using. Those are called clickwrap agreements -- a play on the old shrinkwrap-style terms & conditions that came inside the CD-ROMs of the '90s. And when constructed properly, a clickwrap that uses a button labeled "I AGREE" or something similar is just as sufficient to indicate acceptance as an ink-and-pen signature.
The speed and ease of clickable agreements are great, but an additional advantage includes triggered recordkeeping. As fast as a contract is signed, a durable electronic record is made at the same time. Lose the file box -- it's time to go fully digital with clickwrap agreements.
Clickwraps are a faster way to sign agreements & do business. Period.
- It's simple -- clickable contracts using a well placed, big blue button, are just faster than any other method available when it comes to finalizing a contract. And that same technology that's been used on the internet for terms of service agreements can now be utilized for all your contracts. Both PactSafe Transact and Vault, our Clickwrap API use this type of agreement to sign contracts, and they're constructed with court decisions and eSignature laws in mind -- so you can sleep well at night knowing your fast & easy contracts are fully enforceable.
Create automatic, secure records, too.
- Forget the filing cabinet. All information transferred to and from PactSafe is 256-bit SSL encrypted, including usernames and passwords. Our electronic signature platform is designed to keep your contracts secure and prevent tampering of your electronic signatures and electronic records. A unique record is maintained of every contract prior to party acceptance as well as record of each revision following. It's all downloadable or shareable via PDF for easy integration into your existing contract management systems.
- Additionally, all static files and electronic signature information are encrypted in Amazon's S3 servers, which are housed in an ISO 27001 certified data center.